One should definitely avoid having sex immediately after childbirth because it can cause bleeding, increases risk of uterine infection and ruptures wounds that are still healing. The recommended wait time is between 4 and 6 weeks after delivery. Even after this, women may struggle with low libido, less lubrication, and low self-esteem. It's important to feel emotionally and mentally ready, before having sex again.
Shivlingi seeds (scientifically known as Bryonia Laciniosa) is one of ayurveda’s most well-known discoveries, specifically used for sterility treatment. These seeds are well known for their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, analgesic, anti-fungal, antihyperlipidemic, spermatogenic and antipyretic properties. These properties make it an effective uterine tonic that can cure infertility in women. Shivlingi[.....]
Menopause causes hormonal changes that remains the main cause of lost sex drive in women. Furthermore, several other causes like stress, diet, and issues with partner reduces the libido that widens the gap in a relationship. Talk to a health care provider, work on emotions, relax, and communicate to regain your hibernating sexual desire. Just be sexy!
Most people don’t realize that men go through hormonal shifts, just like women. These natural changes happen over a long period of time, but can also be caused by chronic illness or stress. And since hormones control normal functions of the body, you can notice when there’s something wrong. Masculine physical traits, which are ruled by sex hormones, can also change. This can be stressful for any man, but could be treated with a doctor’s help.
Examine your fantasies to see what truly turns you on. Learn not to settle for cheap thrills. Avoid robotic masturbation, just as you would not want monotonous sex. Don’t masturbate if you are not positively charged and you should only engage with a lover when you are vitally turned-on. Don’t masturbate just to fall asleep. If you are exhausted skip masturbating.
Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a perennial spring vegetable in the genus Asparagus in the Asparagaceae family. The English word “asparagus” derives from the Medieval Latin sparagus, and the Persian asparag, meaning “sprout” or “shoot”. And just as a spear is used as a weapon, asparagus’s javelin-shaped form could be viewed[.....]
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